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The NASA Space App Challenge with Bluemix 2015 Community Blog
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In keeping with NASA's focus on Women in Data for the 2015 Space Apps Challenge, the Space Apps Data Bootcamp will be led by many exceptional women making an impact on the world through their engagement with data and IBM is glad to be a part of this...
from Blog: developerWorks Africa
NASA Space Apps Challenge - April 11-12, 2015 Community Blog
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The NASA Space Apps Challenge is an international 48-hour code-a-thon where developers, scientists, students, entrepreneurs and educators gather to build applications, software, hardware, data visualization and platform solutions in four categories: Humans,...
from Blog: IBM Innovation Center Canada
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On Sunday night, I joined a number of space exploration enthusiasts at a Landing Party to watch the deployment of Curiosity, the newest Mars rover. It was an incredible event. Here is some video of my immediate reaction after the party. Bear in mind that it is...
from Blog: Walden's Ponderings
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It was on this day in 1969 that Neil Armstrong took the first steps on the moon, announcing that it was "One small step for a man...one giant leap for mankind." I was a wee lad of nearly three, and I remember watching him take that step on a small black and...
from Blog: Todd "Turbo" Watson -- IBM Corporation